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To anyone with a Dell V105 printer and wanting to get it to work on Mac OS X 10.9.1. Dell's V105 printer is a Lexmark X2600 series printer. I suspect it's specifically a Lexmark X2650 Scanner/Printer. Download from Apple's support website the Lexmark printer drivers. Install and select "Lexmark 2600 Series" from the Scanners Printers in system preferences. I have not found a way to scan yet. But this got me printing.
Had the same problem on my Dell Latitude running WinXP SP2, installing a HP6380.
I noticed the installer was trying to access the other network printers I had setup (the status of these printers turned into "unable to connect" in Control Panel.) These printers are on the company's network and were not accessible from the home network I was on at the moment of installation.
I then started a VPN connection to the company's network, so that the printers were all accessible. The "add device" part of the insallation then went through and the printer was setup successfully.